The demonstrative training of the "Junior Officers and Leadership Course" was held in the vicinity of the Norio training base. In the summary part of the training, the attack planned by the platoon was carried out, in which the opposing group participated.
The course was conducted under the leadership of the British Military Advisory Group (BMATT), in which officers and sergeants from various units of the Georgian Armed Forces participated.
The training, which was hosted by the Training and Military Education Command at the Joint Military Center, lasted for 4 weeks and included 4 phases. In the first stage, the soldiers underwent theoretical training, and the next three phases were devoted to field operations.
The aim of the training was to retrain junior officers and non-commissioned officers and improve their leadership qualities.